Russ used a Obi-Wan (Qui-Gon?) toy, “Makezine Controller, small X program, OSC, and a pair of servo motors” to create a “real-life cursor”. More info here. Video demonstraion after the jump.

The X program tracks the cursor, and ten times a second, sends an OSC (Open Sound Control) command using sendOSC to the controller

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Russ used a Obi-Wan (Qui-Gon?) toy, “Makezine Controller, small X program, OSC, and a pair of servo motors” to create a “real-life cursor”. More info here. Video demonstraion after the jump.

The X program tracks the cursor, and ten times a second, sends an OSC (Open Sound Control) command using sendOSC to the controller

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